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Originally Posted by rkzhao
Originally Posted by Granyala
Aerith's theme (simple)
Hands were definitely tired, 4 attempts to sort of get through it. Rough, but I hope you get the picture.

I'm surprised so many people are unfamiliar with Aerith's Theme from FF7. Maybe a sign of the various age groups and cultural backgrounds here.

Anyway that sounded like the OST rather than the "Piano Collections" version right? For what it's worth, I generally feel like the the OST pieces of Final Fantasy songs are harder than they initially appear. There's some kind of awkward fingering and hand positioning, like trying to play legato while jumping multiple octaves.
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Indeed this is a classically based forum, so we're probably more familiar with the Aria.

I only have one from IV but I found the Original Soundtrack to be relatively simple, especially compared to the Piano Solo album.

Granyala, I don't have much to add over the advice you have already received. Just take the spots where you hesitated and give them a large volume of slow practice.


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I think she does a good job at explaining:

https://youtu.be/IQHPxjQDRfw

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